Every day in California, thousands of people are arrested and most are not prepared for such an event. Bailing someone you care about out of jail can cost thousands of dollars, and the average person does not have that kind of money lying around. In order to rescue the person you care about from jail, you are going to need professional bail help at an affordable price.
Riverside Bail Bonds has been making bail bonds more affordable for all of our clients by offering personalized payment plans. On top of that, we offer qualified clients a 20% discount on the price of the bail bond, which means you will only need to pay 8% of the bail, not the usual 10%. We are willing to work with you to come up with a payment plan that fits your budget because we want you to be able to rescue your loved one from jail.
Riverside Bail Bonds has been helping clients all over California bail out friends and family members for the last 29 years. Our bail agents not only have years of experience, they have the added benefit of having yearly training to keep them at the top of their game. When our bail agents are at their best, you receive better bail service.
Our skilled bail bondsmen at Riverside Bail Bonds can answer any of your questions about the release of your loved one. Unlike our competitors, we truly want to help you. We will guide you through the bail process and keep you up to date with everything that is going on with the release of your loved one.
We will not leave you in the dark, we will be with you every step of the way. Our talented and caring bail agents will be here whenever you need them most. You can talk to them online, or over the phone whenever you need their assistance because they are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Most people cannot afford to bail out their loved ones on their own. Do not worry if that is the case for you. When you need a helping hand, call Riverside Bail Bonds. We have been bailing Californians out of jail for nearly 3 decades now, we can easily help you secure the release of your friend or family member. With offices in cities all over the state, you can always find a local bail agent.